San Francisco Shock owner, Andy Miller joined us yesterday for an interview about NRG’s partnership with UC Berkeley. Andy is a huge esports enthusiast and talked about the partnership as well as the Shock’s plans going into the second half of the season. Here is what he had to say.
The Philadelphia Fusion and New York Excelsior both come into Thursday at 3-1. The Fusion were out for revenge after dropping the Stage Two Title Match to the Excelsior in a reverse sweep. After Boston’s 3-2 reverse sweep of London last match, this was the perfect fixture to finish the night.
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The ever improving Florida Mayhem look to upset the inconsistent Houston Outlaws in this match of Stage 3 Week 3, and doing so would deal a crippling blow to them. Can Florida pull it off? Or will Houston get the better of them in this high noon showdown?
Seoul’s Stage 3 has been far from stellar thus far. The cherry on top of that unfortunate sundae would be a loss to the slightly improving Shanghai Dragons. Shanghai was 0-24 coming into the match, and it’s unlikely that first win should come today.
The Dallas Fuel have recently released their Head Coach and star DPS player Rascal. San Francisco is looking to figure out how to rotate their talent now that Super and Sinatraa have turned 18 right around the same time their mid-season signings joined the team. Both teams are looking to show that they’re on the ascension by winning this match.